ST. AUGUSTINE ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC CHURCH CATHOLIC CHURCH 211 SOUTH MESSMER, PO BOX 26 KELSO, MO 63758-0026 Physical: 604 SYCAMORE STREET, Mail: 201 SOUTH MESSMER SCOTT CITY, MO 63780 Established 1878 Established 1911 Father Oliver Clavin, Pastor Rectory Phone: 264-4724 November 9, 2014 2014 St. Augustine Parish St. Joseph Parish Dominic Michael Hooper Dorothy Ann Crites Oral Francis Noon Anna Marie Burger William Thomas Drury Charles Michael Burger Helen Louise Raines Sherry Lynne Jacobs Michael Ray Sheppard Freddie H. Brockmeyer Christopher David Josephs Ronald Dean Adams Ronald Harold Kern Eileen Virginia Ernst Carrie Ruth Wilhelm Alvina Virginia Compass John Grover St. Clair, Jr. Opal C. “Dee” Messmer Rose Mary Kjer St. Augustine Church Parish Office Phone and Fax: 264-4106 E-mail: [email protected] Office Hours: 8:30 AM to Noon; 1:00-2:30 PM Website: http://StAugustineKelso.CatholicWeb.com Parish Council President:: Mike Bles St. Anne’s President: Wanda Clark, 264-2245 To activate prayer line call Irene Blattel. St. Augustine School Principal: Mrs. Deborah McCann Office: 264-4644 Fax: 264-1475 Website: stakelso.eduk12.net School Hours: 7:30 AM to 3:00 PM Gym: 264-2004 Kitchen: 264-1105 School Board President: Kevin Fennewald St. Joseph Parish Parish Office—Hours: 8:30 to Noon; 1-2:30 PM Phone and Fax: 264-4106 E-mail: [email protected] Website: http://StJosephScottCity.CatholicWeb.com Parish Council President:: Mike Miller CCW President: Xaveria “Fat” Sturm To activate prayer line call Shirley Williams, 264-4874 or Judy Poyner, 264-2226 St. Joseph School Administrator: Mrs. Betty Spalding Administrative Assistant: Linda Uhrhan School Hours: 7:30 AM to 3:00 PM Office: 264-2600 Fax: 264-1325 School Board President: Annie Enderle Scripture Readings 11/9: Ez 47: 1-2, 8-9, 12; 1Cor 3: 9c-11, 16-17; Jn 2: 13-22 11/10: Ti 1: 1-9; Lk 17: 1-6 11/11: Ti 2: 1-8, 11-14; Lk 17: 7-10 11/12: Ti 3: 1-7; Lk 17: 11-19 11/13: Phlm 7-20; Lk 17: 20-25 11/14: 2 Jn 4-9; Lk 17: 26-37 11/15: 3 Jn 5-8; Lk 18: 1-8 11/16: Prv 31: 10-13, 19-20, 30-31; 1 Thes 5: 1-6; Mt 25: 14-30 or 25: 14-15, 19-21 Please Remember in Prayer Church Birthdays There are all sorts and kinds of birthday parties. Church buildings, as well as the people who use them, have anniversaries for their beginnings. Today it is for Our Savior’s Basilica and Saint John’s Baptistery, the pope’s cathedral as bishop of the people of Rome. We belong to the “Roman family” in the church, so it is our feast too. Celebrate the Lord’s coming! God’s people are truly the place of Christ’s presence in this world. We would all do well to celebrate the birthday of our own church or parish or community of faith and acknowledge Christ’s presence with thanks. Dedication of the Lateral Basilica in Rome. Year ABC. Text Philip J. Sandstrom, STD © 2000, OCP. All rights reserved. Illustration © 1997 S. Erspamer Printed from www.Liturgy.com Sacramental Preparation Contact the pastor 6 months prior to the date of wedding for marriage preparation. Contact the pastor for baptismal preparation. Bulletin Deadline Noon on Tuesday St. Augustine Church Support Envelopes $ Loose $ Total Collection $ Budget $ Under Budget $Fiscal Year to Date $ - Our Sick, Homebound and Nursing Home Residents St. Augustine: George Bles, Marge Bollinger, Virgie Brant, Bertha Glastetter, Sylvester Glastetter, Charlie Glueck, Eva Glueck, Lucille Kieffer, Agnes Leible, Bill Rogers, Laverne Rosenquist, Genevieve Schwartz, Rita Staebel, Rick Weber, Gary Welter. St. Joseph: Ann Adams, Ethan Blankenship, Paul Brockmeyer, Michael Crites, Alma Frey, Annis Heuring, Linda Kesterson, Grace Menz, Cletus Messmer, Sharon Meyer, Gary Schaefer, Lillian Smith, Norman Uhrhan. Prayer for Healing Loving and compassionate God, when your Son walked this earth he extended his healing hand toward the sick and cured those afflicted with every disease. We turn to you now in our need and ask you to care for those who are ill. Protect those who face surgery, and watch over those held bound by infirmity. Through the power of your healing love, free from every disease and suffering those who are beset by poor health. Guide with your wisdom all who provide care, and assist doctors, nurses, and medical workers so that they may effectively relieve suffering and bring health to all who they treat. November 2, 2014 5,561.00 106.00 5,667.00 6,804.00 1,137.00 2,501.89 Amen. St. Joseph Parish Support Envelopes & Youth Plate Total Collection Budget Under Budget Fiscal Year to Date November 2, 2014 $ 3,093.00 $ 61.00 $ 3,154.00 $ 3,173.00 $323.00 $ + 962.67 A note of Thanks from our Bishop Dear Parishioners of St. Augustine and St. Joseph: I am deeply grateful to all of you who donated to our 2014 Diocesan Development Fund Appeal (DDF). Thanks to your generosity, we have raised, to date, $2,470,064 which is 98% of our diocesan goal. This total represents generous gifts from a number of our families in southern Missouri is indeed very gratifying and humbling. At St. Augustine Parish, 173 parishioners pledged a total of $64,675. At St. Joseph Parish, 92 parishioners pledged a total of $13,522. I know these donations represented the sacrificial gifts of many households. May our loving God continue to reward you for your generosity throughout this new year. —Most Reverend James V. Johnston, Jr. Witnesses Wanted: Seeking a Bolder Catholic Faith? Join us at the Strengthening & Healing Souls - The Inaugural Conference of the Our Sorrowful Mother's Ministry, held at The O'Reilly Catholic Student Center at Missouri State University, Nov. 21-23, 2014. This transformational retreat will be led by Fr. Philip Scott, who will travel from Peru to spiritually guide us in growing our walk with Christ. Bishop James Johnston will celebrate Mass on Saturday. The slate of dynamic keynote speakers include accomplished authors, media personalities, business consultants, and missionaries. Their testimonies and teachings will challenge participants to become the enthusiastic, engaged, and devout Catholics that God calls us to be. For more info, call Elizabeth,417-822-6161 or visit www.osmm.org. A Request from Trinity Hills There is currently a family of seven, a family of three, and two single persons staying at Trinity Hills. In tears, they said, "It's very peaceful here." After enduring heartbreaking circumstances, they are very grateful to have found "room at the inn"! In order to better serve them, Trinity Hills has a list of current needs:- Diapers, size 2 & 4 and baby wipesPaper products (Kleenex, Toilet Paper, Napkins)- Pasta, Bread & Rice, Other non-perishable food items (Canned fruits, Dry Milk, peanut butter and jelly)- Gas cards- grocery store gift cards. For more information about donations, contact Christine Lund-Molfese at (417) 753-7758. 19th Annual 3-day Christmas Extravaganza Crafts, Gifts & Collectibles Show November 21, 22, 23. Friday, 5-9 pm $1 admission, Saturday, 9 am –6 pm $1 admission, Sunday 9 am—3 pm. Free Admission. ATM available on site. Notre Dame Regional High School. Expanded Vendor space. Vendor info—Dixie J. Burnett, 573 -266-3688 or email: [email protected] Homemade Christmas Homemade Christmas at Eisleben Lutheran Church in Scott City on Saturday, November 15th from 9 am to 1 pm. Baked Goods, Crafts, Christmas items, Great Soup Lunch. Shae Simmons, of the Atlanta Braves, will be on hand to meet and greet folks, 10 am to noon. Baseballs will be sold for him to sign. Bring your camera for a photo with Shae. CCM Awakening Retreat November 21-23 at the St. Vincent DePaul Center. Awakening is a retreat for students by students. This retreat is a great opportunity to grow closer to Jesus, meet new friends and start getting involved at Catholic Campus Ministry. You will enjoy home-cooked meals, and have a relaxing week-end away from campus. Cost is $30.00. Register on line at www.ccmin.org or call 335-3899 for information. Missouri Catholic Conference The Missouri Catholic Conference (MCC) is an informative website which brings current news to your fingertips. The MCC does an exceptional job as watchdog & advocate in our state, providing talking points and links for our voices to be heard. It's so easy to do! We encourage everyone to sign up for the email updates and visit the website: www.mocatholic.org. From what we get, we can make a living; what we give, however, makes a life. —Arthur Ashe St. Augustine Credit Union ST. AUGUSTINE CREDIT UNION has REDUCED THE RATES on all loans, collateral, share secured or signature by 1/2 PERCENT through the end of the year!! This rate will be locked in for the entire term of the loan, but must be a NEW LOAN to the CU. Rates as low as 2.5%, terms up to 84 months for qualified loans. Call Doris for details, phone/fax: 573-264-3030, cell, call or text: 573-225-4231, email: [email protected] Notre Dame Open House Notre Dame Regional High School will hold its annual open house for Grade School/Junior High students, Monday, November 10th. Notre Dame will open its doors at 6:30pm with a welcoming assembly. Those interested in making Notre Dame their High School for the 20015-16 school year, should come for a tour and an exciting evening of fun. VIRTUS Training Pre-registration is necessary: go to www.virtus.org and click on "registration" on the left or call your parish/school office for assistance. If you do not have access to the Internet and are unable to register Online, please call the local parish, school, or institution where you are employed or volunteer. Participants must be present for the entire training. Training sessions are for adults only. Updated schedules may be found at www.dioscg.org on the diocesan calendar or at www.virtus.org. Meals on Wheels Volunteer drivers are needed for Meals on Wheels. We need one couple to drive on Fridays. One Friday every 6 weeks. Please contact Margaret Tracy if you are able to help, 264-2620. Gun Raffle Knights of Columbus Council 6420 is holding a gun raffle. They are selling chances on a Ruger American Bolt Action Rifle .243 Winchester. Tickets are $10 each and only 250 will be sold. For more information or to purchase tickets contact Gary Ziegler 576-6451 or Brian Ziegler 450-3579. TEC—Teens Encounter Christ Feb. 14-16, 2015, in Cape Girardeau TEC is open to high school juniors, seniors and college freshmen (mature high school sophomores may be invited). The 3-day event designed for those in a period of transition, helping to sorting out life values, and encouraging them to be open to the Gospel vision. These TECs will be held over the Martin Luther King Jr. and Presidents' Day holidays so students will not have to miss school. Adults may attend as observers. Contact Deacon Tom Schumer, [email protected] or call (573) 335-3899. Applications may be downloaded from the Youth Ministry page of the diocesan website. Marriage Encounter What does your Vocation of Marriage mean to you? By offering married couples the beautiful experience of a Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend, the Catholic Church is affirming and supporting you in your chosen vocation - Marriage. Take advantage of this great gift to enhance your relationship and enjoy a love-filled weekend away together. For more details about a Weekend, please visit our website: wwme4youandme.org or contact Tony & Barb Zimmerman, (816) 741-4066 or [email protected] SCRIP It is time again for SCRIP “Gift Card” Orders! Forms are available at the entrance of both churches. Order deadline is Monday, November 17th and Tuesday, December 9th at 3 pm. Payment must accompany order. Place orders in envelope labeled “SCRIP” and drop in collection basket or turn them into either school office! Voice For Life The 42nd Annual March For Life will take place January 20 -23, 2015. Travel plans are underway from the Diocese of Springfield-Cape Girardeau to the March for Life in Washington DC. $225 per person. Sleeping bags and warm clothes are necessary. If you would like to attend, sponsor someone or donate—or for more information, contact Kathleen Keesee, 334-7298 or 986-3320 or email: [email protected] VIRTUS training required for all adult pilgrims 18 & over!! Reserve your seat now!! Winter Extravaganza Save the date!! Join us for an evening of Live Entertainment, Dinner and Drinks, Dancing and “Casino” play on January 24, 2015 at the Notre Dame Regional High School Winter Extravaganza 2015. Sausage Breakfast The Knights of Columbus in Scott City will hold a Sausage Breakfast at their hall Sunday, Nov 30th. Serving from 7:30 -10:30. Cost will be Adults, $6.50, Children 6-12, $3.00 and under 6 free. Menu will be all-you-can-eat Pork Sausage links, Scrambled Eggs, Hashbrowns, Biscuits & Gravy, Fruit cocktail, Milk, Coffee and juice. Orders are also being taken for Sausage by the pound and the cost will be $3.25 per pound. To order or for more information call Glen at 573-579-2155. We will also collect canned food for the local food pantries because Hunger Never Takes a Holiday. Catholic Charities of Southern Missouri Collection A collection for Catholic Charities of Southern Missouri will take place on the Sunday before Thanksgiving. Every dollar of your financial support stays here in southern Missouri to help our neighbors who are most in need. As stated by Pope Benedict XVI, the charitable work of the Church is as essential as the Sacraments and the Word. Please join with Catholics throughout the diocese to support the charitable work of the Church in southern Missouri. Thank you for your support and prayers. Carry-out Luncheon Guardian Angel Home & School Association in Oran, MO is sponsoring a Carry Out Lunch on Tuesday, December 9, 2014, from 11:00 am - 12:30p.m.For $8.00 you will get a pork steak, slaw, baked beans, roll, and dessert. You can pick up your lunch at Guardian Angel School. We will also deliver in the city limits of Oran or to those out of town businesses/places that order at least 10 lunches.Orders can be placed through November 21, 2014. To place an order, please call Lori Scheeter 573-262-3021 or Rebecca Rose 573-262-3013. St. Augustine Parish Information St. Augustine Parish Calendar Sunday, November 9 The Dedication of The Lateran Basilica 8 AM Morning Mass 6 PM Confirmation Session Monday, November 10 Saint Leo the Great Afternoon Quilting 6:30-8:30 PM Notre Dame Open House (Grades 5-8) 7 PM Rosary for the Military and their Families 7 PM St. Augustine Parish Council Meeting Tuesday, November 11 Saint Martin of Tours 6 PM Boys BB Game Cape Christian at Kelso (6th & 8th) 7 PM RCIA Class in the St. Augustine Parish Center Wednesday, November 12 Saint Josaphat 7 PM Mass at St. Augustine Thursday, November 13 Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini 6 PM Boyss BB Game, Kelso at Kelso (7th & 8th) Friday, November 14 8 AM All School Mass at St. Augustine (by Grade 1) Parish Office Closed Saturday, November 15 8 AM Mass and 6 PM Mass, St. Augustine Boy Scouts Scouting for Food Drive 4-7:30 PM St. Augustine Chili/Chicken Noodle Soup Supper Sunday, November 16 Thirty-Third Sunday of Ordinary Time, 8 AM Morning Mass 6 PM Confirmation Session St. Augustine Liturgical Roles Weekend November 16 Lectors 6 pm Bob Kielhofner, Elaine Heuring 8 am Robert Essner, Corena Ressel Servers 6 pm Braden Carman, Carolina Heisserer, Olivia Wilson 8 am Joey LeGrand, Caleb LeGrand, Cayden Beussink Eucharistic Ministers 6 pm Karen Heuring, Ray & Lisa Reinagel 8 am Don Shelton, Francis & Anna Rose Bles, Ron & Sharon LeGrand Ushers 6 pm Paul Glueck, Harold Gosche, Billy Reinagel, Ray Reinagel 8 am Randy Essner, Tony Essner, Barry Evans, Kevin Fennewald Servers, November 17-22: Paul Beggs and Cayden Beussink Church Cleaners November 15: Circle #3—LaVerne Keusenkothen St. Augustine Mass Schedule Saturday Eve at 6:00 PM Sunday at 8:00 AM Friday, Saturday at 8:00 AM Wednesday at 7:00 pm Sacrament of Reconciliation Before Weekday Masses Saturday’s at St. Augustine, 5:15-5:30 PM. Available anytime by appointment. Gym/Parish Community Center Rental For St. Augustine contact Helen Kluesner, Manager, 264-2825. Registration Please contact the parish office to register. Forms are available on the Bulletin Board. St. Augustine Mass Intentions Saturday, November 8, 2014 at 6 PM Liv & Dec Bill & Bertha Glastetter Family Celestine & Edward Horrell Elmer & Alene Heuring, Elmer Heuring, Jr. Albert, Vernetta & Harry Scherer Sunday, November 9, 2014 at 8 AM Liz Dannenmueller Luke & Alice Ressel, Yvonne Ressel Liv & Dec Vincent & Lorena Essner Family Liv & Dec Rita Eichhorn Family David Emmons Wednesday, November 12, 2014 at 7 PM Eileen, Ben & Lucille Ernst Sherry Jacobs, Herman & Faye Jacobs Charlie Burger (by K of C Ladies) Susan Hopen Carlson Friday, November 14, 2014 at 8 AM Lorena Berghoff Theon & Patricia Schlosser Saturday, November 15, 2014 at 8 AM Bill Drury Helen Raines Saturday, November 15, 2014 at 6 PM Rita & Curly Glueck Liv & Dec Buster Kluesner Family Liv & Dec Roger & Martha Hamm Family Louis & Anna Mare Burger Sunday, November 16, 2014 at 8 AM Liv & Dec Edward Enderle Family Ted & Lorena Berghoff Joseph Schwartz, Sr. Linus & Regina Dirberger Families Liv & Dec Sylvester & Mildred Felter Family St. Joseph Parish Information St. Joseph Parish Calendar Sunday, November 9 The Dedication of the Lateran Basilica 10 AM Mass at St. Joseph Church Stewardship Sunday Monday, November 10 Saint Leo the Great 8 AM Mass at St. Joseph Church 6:30-8:30 PM Notre Dame Open House (Grades 5-8) Tuesday, November 11 Saint Martin of Tours 2:15 PM All School Rosary at St. Joseph 6 PM Patriotic Rosary/Adoration in Church 7 PM Basketball Game at New Hamburg Wednesday, November 12 Saint Josaphat Thursday, November 13 Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini 8 AM All School Mass at St. Joseph by Grades K & 1 6:30 PM St. Joseph Home & School Meeting Friday, November 14 Parish Office Closed Saturday, November 15 3 PM Confessions 4 PM Mass at St. Joseph Sunday, November 16 Thirty-Third Sunday of Ordinary Time 10 AM Mass at St. Joseph Church 2 PM Basketball Game at St. Ambrose St. Joseph Liturgical Roles Weekend of November 16 Lectors 4 pm Morgan Campbell 10 am Don Swanner Servers 4 pm Paige Cummins, CJ Dickerson, Kaitlin Campbell 10 am Skyler Robert, Johnathon & Anthony Madalon Eucharistic Ministers 4 pm Frank Siebert, Mary Ann Crump, Shirley Williams 10 am Frances Presswood, Georgia Dannenmueller, Mary Koehler Ushers 4 pm Raymond Martin, Bob Schaefer, Bob Vetter 10 am Leo Enderle, Steve Glueck, Kent Madalon Sacristans: 4 pm Volunteer Needed 10 am Joyce Luten November Money Counters: Jill Essner & Emily Hall St. Joseph Mass Schedule Saturday Eve at 4:00 PM Sunday at 10:00 AM Monday and Thursday at 8:00 AM Sacrament of Reconciliation Before Weekday Masses Saturday’s at St. Joseph, 3:00 PM. Available anytime by appointment. Gym/Parish Community Center Rental For St. Joseph contact St. Joseph School at 264-2600. Registration Please contact the parish office to register. Forms are also available on the Church Bulletin Board. St. Joseph Mass Intentions Saturday, November 8, 2014 at 4 PM Bill Enderle † Leon Welter † Franklin Schlosser † Dorothy Crites † Sunday, November 9, 2014 at 10 AM Linda Jo Frey †, Stanford Frey † And In honor of Alma Frey Keith Anderson † Ardell Holder Family Dorris Smith † Monday, November 10, 2014 at 8 AM Tracy Holder † Ben & Olivia Ledure † Thursday, November 13, 2014 at 8 AM Rosemary Kjer † Saturday, November 15, 2014 at 4 PM Michael Sheppard † Chris Josephs † Sylvester Welter † Milburn, Armella & Richie McClain † Sunday, November 16, 2014 at 10 AM Stella Wroblewski † Eileen, Ben & Lucille Ernst† Bill Enderle Family St. Joseph Vocations Committee Please pray for all seminarians and sisters everyday, and especially for Allen Kirchner. Encourage vocations within are families, our parishes. Encourage your children to become involved in the parish lay ministries or organizations like choir or lector. St. Augustine Parish News Growing in Faith-Capital Campaign Project To date, $ 263,019.00 has been pledge toward our Growing in Faith Capital Campaign project. Thank you!! If you have not yet made your pledge, please add your gift, whatever the amount, in unity with those who have already given by returning a pledge card.. Thank you for your support and continued prayers as we continue Growing in Faith at St. Augustine. Wedding Congratulations to Mr. & Mrs. Adam & Jaclyn (Welker) Reinagel who were married at St. Augustine Church on November 1st. Adam is the son of Ron & Lori Reinagel. Jaclyn is the daughter of Robert & Peggy Welker. Birthday Open House You are invited to a 90th Birthday Open House Celebration honoring Mary Jane Mattes, Saturday, November 22nd from 2-5:30 pm at Eisleben Lutheran Church Parish Hall, 432 Lutheran Lane, Scott City. St. Anne’s Sodality Snip-its Ladies mark your calendars: the Ladies Sodality Annual Christmas Party is December 4th, 2014. It will be a fun filled evening celebrating Christmas and good fellowship! St. Augustine School News Chili/Chicken Noodle Soup Supper St. Augustine School in Kelso will host a Chili and Chicken Noodle Soup Supper on Saturday, November 15th from 47:30 PM in the School Gym. Adults, $7; Students, $5. Under School Age are free. Carry-outs available. Please bring your own container. Operation Christmas Child St. Augustine School is partnering with Samaritan’s Purse to deliver millions of gift-filled shoe boxes to boys and girls all over the world. Shoe boxes are filled with small toys, hygiene items, and school supplies. Collection dates: Nov 3 -17 at School. More information in the back of Church. Schnucks eScrip Join the Schnucks eScrip program!! Log onto www.eScrip.com and enter the St. Augustine School ID: 6568249. You can also register your debit and credit cards. Shop at Schnucks and use your eScrip registered cards for all your purchases. A percentage of purchases will be automatically contributed to St. Augustine School by Schnucks. March for Life A group of thirteen 8th Graders from St. Augustine School and parents will be attending the March For Life in Washington DC in January. We ask for your prayers for this group as they prepare for this pilgrimage. Students will be selling raffle tickets and will have fundraising projects to help offset the cost ($225/student). If you would like to sponsor a student, contact Mrs. Menz at School, 264-4644. St. Joseph Parish News Region VII CCW Meeting The Region VII CCW Meeting will be at St. John - Leopold. Mass at 6:30 p.m. Refreshments and meeting to follow in the Leopold K of C Hall. We will have workshops!! We are car pooling. Ride/Questions? call Frances 225-7872 Books at St. Joseph Church There is a table in the entrance of St. Joseph Church containing books that are available for borrowing. Please return the books once you are finished and consider sharing some of your own books for others to borrow. Notre Dame Sunday Today is Notre Dame Sunday, the primary fundraiser for the NDHS Education Fund Foundation. The contributions received are endowed, with earnings on investments transferred to the school annually. Since 1983, Foundation funding has provided young men and women the gift of a Catholic Secondary Education which is “the most effective means of transmitting Gospel Values”. Please continue to support the NDHS Education Fund Foundation with a contribution to this year’s Annual Appeal. St. Joseph School News Dumpling Sale St. Joseph School is once again selling Dried Dumplings and Dumpling Dough Balls. Cost is $5 per bag of dried dumplings or 12 dough balls for $5. Orders are due by November 12th. Contact St. Joseph School, 264-2600 to place an order or see any St. Joseph School Student. THANK YOU!!! St. Augustine Home and School would like to extend a heartfelt THANK YOU to all who helped make our Chicken and Dumpling Carry-Out Dinner such as success!! We served approximately 1400 meals and 30 gallons of dumplings!!! We were blessed with many wonderful workers, including parishioners, grandparents of students, parents of students and more! We especially thank Brian Ziegler and Pat Kirn for organizing the event. Your continued support is greatly appreciated. The money raised at this annual fundraiser is used for the general operating budget of St. Augustine School. See you at the POLE!! Tuesday, November 11th, please join the St. Augustine school children around the flagpole at 7:45 as they celebrate Veteran's Day with a brief service. The ceremony will be held in the gym in case of inclement weather . We hope to see you there!
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